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The paper aims to present the intellectual rooting and psychological dimensions of rituals in the workplace and sustainable production and discuss them according to their psychological and behavioral dimensions and what was identified in the study. The study started with a main problem in answering the following question: Is there a relationship between the psychological and behavioral dimensions of rituals in the workplace and sustainable production in the company under study? The paper adopted the General Company for Textiles and Leather as a place to apply the current study because it is closely related to the study title and its variables, as well as the urgent necessity that necessitated the study of the variables. (Psychological and behavioral dimensions of rituals in the workplace, sustainable production) among the leaders of the General Company for the Textile and Leather Industry in Baghdad. The results show that the company followed rituals with a moderate degree in improving its work rituals, resulting from the inclusion of working relationships with cheerful colleagues and the existence of preferred activities among employees that they perform with their colleagues in a way that does not meet ambition.